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Pros: USB Powered, Plug & Play with XP, Nice travel case, Good sound, Volume controls.
Other Thoughts: I was going to give these four stars but for what they are they are very nice so I gave them five.
Don't expect audiophile quality out of these. They are powered by your USB port and don't have a subwoofer but for travel, not having an outlet handy or just wanting fewer wires around these little speakers sound great.
There's enough bass response that you can feel it if your sitting near your laptop. The volume goes as high as I need it to before the USB port starts clipping the power (which is indicated by the LED); easily enough to fill a room with sound. They seemed just a shade flat at first but just a touch of tweaking on the WMP EQ made them sparkle.
I'd highly recommend these if you're considering them and on the fence.
Pros: Great RAM. This isn't the exact model I own but wanted to pass along some information. I have 4 Gb's of HyperX DDR2 800 (4x1 Gb) running smooth and stable.
Cons: None. I hate to see this good RAM loose eggs because people don't understand how and why it intalls as it does.
Other Thoughts: Kingston HyperX DDR2 800 RAM typically defaults to DDR2 667 at looser than stated timings and lower than stated voltages to ensure compatibility with a wide range of systems.
Once installed simply go into the BIOS, raise the clock rate, tighten the timings and manually set the voltage to your specific part number's specs and you're good to go.
This review is from: Antec 75000 80mm Case Cooling Fan
Pros: It's a fan.
Cons: It's loud.
Other Thoughts: I bought this as a side intake fan and removed it right away. It produces a very annoying, loud, high pitched whine.
It turns out I didn't need it anyway once I got my new CPU cooler installed so I've now got this 80mm annoyance sitting quietly in a closet.